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Holmes and Lowry share lead as Fleetwood and Westwood push

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - Ireland's Shane Lowry proved master of the Dunluce links for the second successive day to move into a share of the halfway lead with American J.B. Holmes at the British Open on Friday. Read More

 

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Alaphilippe is Tour favorite, says Thomas

PAU, France (Reuters) - Defending champion Geraint Thomas labeled Julian Alaphilippe the Tour de France favorite after the Frenchman extended his overall lead with a stunning victory in Friday's individual time trial. More »

 

'Professor' Pacquiao vows to teach Thurman a lesson

(Reuters) - Manny Pacquiao plans to teach WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman a painful lesson when the two face off in Las Vegas on Saturday. More »

 

Angels designate Harvey for assignment

Los Angeles Angels right-handed starting pitcher Matt Harvey, who experienced a setback last month on his rehab for an upper back strain, was designated for assignment on Friday. More »

 

Broncos’ Fangio says Lock ‘doesn’t know how to pitch yet

Denver Broncos rookie quarterback Drew Lock found out what the school of hard knocks will be like under new head coach Vic Fangio. More »

 

Yankees' Boone suspended 1 game for umpire rant

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone was suspended one game and fined an undisclosed amount for his rant at home plate umpire Brennan Miller during Thursday's afternoon game against the Tampa Bay Rays. More »

 

Herman leads Barbasol as old man Toms moves into contention

(Reuters) - Jim Herman established a one-shot lead over fellow American Bill Haas as players battled searing heat and humidity in the second round at the Barbasol Championship in Kentucky on Friday. More »

 

WTA roundup: Rybakina advances to Bucharest semifinals

Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina upset second-seeded Viktoria Kuzmova of Slovakia 7-6 (4), 6-3 on Friday to advance to the semifinals of the BRD Bucharest Open in Romania. More »

 

Win or lose, Peaty stands to gain at world championships

GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - Losing is not something Adam Peaty does, or thinks about, very often but even if the Olympic breaststroke champion comes up short at the world swimming championships in South Korea it is unlikely to dent his confidence one little bit. More »

 

Raiders' stadium cost in Vegas soars to $1.9 billion

The high stakes for building an NFL stadium for the Raiders in Las Vegas continues to rise with the latest cost estimate now coming in at $1.9 billion, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. More »

 

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